5th Anchorage Paddling Film Festival
Tickets on sale Wednesday, April 1st at 10:30 am online and at the Bear Tooth box office!
Following the emergency municipal order, all movie showings have been canceled through 3/31. If we are given the go-ahead to re-open after the 31st, tickets for this film showing will go on sale Wednesday, April 1st.
Thank you for your understanding!
The Knik Canoers and Kayakers Club is featuring its fifth annual Anchorage Paddling Film Festival using the proceeds to help fund local water resource conservation efforts.
This years show features twelve short films including three locally made by Alaskans. Luc Mehl treks to Melozi Hot Springs while Kenai native Brendan Wells highlights the delights of the Koktuli river under threat from Pebble Mine. He also brings us Class V Flyfishing while kayaking big water of the Newhalen river. Watch two entrepid paddlers run big whitewater in a pedalboat while Rafa Ortiz sends it over a waterfall after setting himself on fire. Plus more great whitewater carnage!
The Anchorage Paddling Film Festival is a National Paddling Film Festival roadshow.
General Admission $10
Part of the proceeds will benefit The Knik Canoers and Kayakers Club